A hike to Goldbug Hot Springs is easily done within a day, but plenty of primitive campsites line the trail. Check out our guide for all you need to plan your trip from directions, to a trail description to what to pack!
Maryland’s Sugarloaf Mountain offers an easy, family-friendly half-day hike that packs a surprising amount of natural eye-candy into a short network of trails. We’ll run you through the need-to-know for hiking on and around Sugarloaf Mountain.
Any trip through the Southeast practically necessitates a hike to the Sawnee Mountain Preserve, best known for its Indian Seats trail. It’s a vigorous trip with a great view. Check out our guide on when to go, how to get there & what to bring.
While there are many ways to view the Grand Canyon, none match the wildness, thrill, and relative peacefulness of the 14-mile North Kaibab Trail. We’ll take you through the planning for your trip to the North Kaibab Hiking trail.
Few trails spoil their visitors with quite so diverse and delightful an array of scenery as the Hoh River Trail in Washington State’s Olympic National Park. We’re going to take you through all you need to know when planning this hike, from pre-trip logistics, route descriptions & gear requirements.
From unpromising beginnings to a spectacular ending, LA County’s Fish Canyon Trail is a hike of contrasts. Check out our fish canyon falls hiking trail guide to learn how to get there, when to go and what to bring.
The Goat Canyon Trestle hiking trail is one that invokes the spirit of the true adventurer, cutting across Anza-Borrego Desert State Park’s more barren stretches before plunging down a steep canyon wall into what seems to be another century. Follow our detailed guide to plan your trip!